User Score
6.8

Generally favorable reviews- based on 10 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 10
  2. Negative: 2 out of 10

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  1. zorro.Zig
    Sep 10, 2004
    8
    The songs on the album get better and better the more you listen to them. Sure, it cannot re-create the atmosphere of a 2hr+ Miss Kittin live set, but it's a great album in it's own right.
  2. PeterB
    Jun 10, 2004
    7
    The production is great, and it's great driving music, but she needs to stop using her personal life as a source for lyrics.
  3. PatT
    Aug 18, 2004
    5
    I really liked her work with the Hacker and Felix the Housecat, and I loved her RadioCaroline CD. This, however, is a major disappointment. It?s disjointed, boring, and never adds up to much. It?s too self-conscious, and she seems to spend a lot of the album lamenting her celebrity, but really, I just don?t care. There are two or three good tracks, especially those produced by the Hacker, I really liked her work with the Hacker and Felix the Housecat, and I loved her RadioCaroline CD. This, however, is a major disappointment. It?s disjointed, boring, and never adds up to much. It?s too self-conscious, and she seems to spend a lot of the album lamenting her celebrity, but really, I just don?t care. There are two or three good tracks, especially those produced by the Hacker, but the rest is mediocre. Electroclash is over, the glitz and glamour are old hat, and it?s hard to make a career out of speaking accented English. Expand
  4. lisas
    Nov 4, 2004
    10
    Get your groooooove on!
  5. DouglasU
    Dec 25, 2005
    10
    Miss Kittin is AWESOME!!!!
Metascore
73

Generally favorable reviews - based on 17 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 13 out of 17
  2. Negative: 1 out of 17
  1. I Com thus presents a new model for electroclash artists: it still exhibits some hallmarks of impersonal club music, but it also offers a (presumably genuine) glimpse inside the private diary of Miss Kittin.
  2. She writes beats and creates streetwise slithery DogPop with b-lines and brawn and occasionally shows us that wide-open vulnerability is as vital and visceral as virulent heartsteppin’ sin-sharing.
  3. She has winnowed her dueling personas -- brilliant techno-inflected DJ and haughtily self-aware vocalist -- into a fantastically complete, wildly inventive package that offers the lunatic best of both badass sides.